Mathieu Ruhlmann - The Calm of the Suns [NTT025]
- Publication date
- 2005-04-13 00:00:00
It shows that Mathieu has extensively dwelled on the borders of pure phonography, as his recordings are crystal clear, unnoticeably emerging and disappearing, inherently drawing attention away from itself.
In parallel, and perhaps distantly originating from the very occasional instrumental recordings ("Summerfall"), tonal drones form the foundational layers, providing a deeper harmonic additive and at times reaching a height in carefully crafted melodic textures ("Hares Honey Blood").
Whereas the beginning of this journey consists of more minimal elements, "The Calm" evolves towards a thicker and more pronounced ambience. This work requires several listens to hear just how nicely balanced the tracks are, and how well they fit into the whole. Rest assured you will discover new things every time.
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|The Calm of the Suns|
|Hares Honey Blood|
|The Body of the Stones|
- 2005-04-12 16:19:34
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Subject: Almost perfect
For some reason I can't say it's a dark ambient because I felt only positive emotions while listening.
Hope there will be more tracks in near future.
Subject: quiet and relax-inducing
Subject: very nice work
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